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Design Automation Conference (2000)
Los Angeles, CA
June 5, 2000 to June 9, 2000
ISBN: 1-58113-1897-9
pp: 19-22
C.-J. Richard Shi , University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Tao Pi , University of Washington, Seattle, WA
A graph representation called Multi-Terminal Determinant Decision Diagrams (MTDDD's) is proposed for the semi-symbolic transfer functions of analog integrated circuits. With multiple numeric terminals (instead of only terminal 1 and terminal 0 in Determinant Decision Diagrams - DDD's), MTDDD's can describe naturally numeric coefficients that arise from semi-symbolic analysis, where some circuit parameters are considered symbols and the others are given as numeric values. Similar to DDD's, MTDDD's are capable of representing a huge number of symbolic/semi-symbolic product terms in a compact manner. An efficient DDD-based algorithm is described to construct MTDDD's. Experimental results have demonstrated that semi-symbolic transfer functions for practical analog circuits like ?A741 can be generated in less than a minute on a Pentium-II 450MHz PC.
nanotechnology, quantum cellular automata
C.-J. Richard Shi, Tao Pi, "Multi-Terminal Determinant Decision Diagrams: A New Approach to Semi-Symbolic Analysis of Analog Integrated Circuits", Design Automation Conference, vol. 00, no. , pp. 19-22, 2000, doi:10.1109/DAC.2000.855269
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